​Julia Wadsworth Disbarred Lawyer: Mystery Lawyer Removed Own Fingerprints

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August 10, 2021

Julia Wadsworth and a disbarred lawyer from Virginia who removed her own fingerprints was a great mystery while it lasted.

According to The Spreadit, the disbarred lawyer tried to take the name Julia Wadsworth by obtaining a state identification card. She has been in jail in Ohio since July 9. While booking her in jail, authorities discovered that her fingerprints were gone. Allen County Sheriff Samuel Crish in northwestern Ohio said:

“There was no ridge detail whatsoever. Just smooth, like a baby’s butt. They’re never going to come back.”

On her computer, investigators found signs of identity theft as the disbarred lawyer researched information on how to remove fingerprints and how to determine if someone was being investigated by a federal agency.

Julia Wadsworth and the disbarred lawyer case was solved after someone contacted Samuel Crish from southwest Florida. A woman in the area mentioned that she had spent time caring for an elderly man. An article and photos in the Fort Myers News-Press led to an anonymous tip late Thursday identifying her as a former lawyer who faced charges in Virginia.

According to Examiner, “Since they couldn’t obtain her real identification, she was put in jail until a DNA test would offer up her name. She resisted, but the DNA test was done.”

The woman’s name is Ann Marie Miller, 40, who practiced law in Roanoke until her license was revoked in 2009 by the Virginia Bar, records show. Her attorney confirmed on Friday that Ann Marie Miller is the woman’s true identity. Miller earlier this week pleaded not guilty to a charge in Ohio of tampering with state records, a third-degree felony punishable by up to three years in prison, said attorney Stephen Chamberlain, who declined to comment further.

Ann Marie Miller also previously faced several charges in Virginia related to a love triangle with a male attorney and a female paralegal, Samuel Crish said. On her disbarment notice in Virginia, Miller’s address was listed as in Colorado. Crish said she is also wanted there on multiple charges, including burglary and trespassing:

“In 30 years, I’ve never seen anyone go to this extreme, ever … I really thought the worst.”

Miller and another attorney were a part of a love triangle in Virginia as well. The sheriff’s office has left a message with the other attorney involved, but have not heard anything yet. While she is not cooperating with police, Miller is speaking with her lawyer today, and Crish thinks she will talk soon.

As for Julia Wadsworth and the disbarred lawyer’s fingerprints, Crish said they are completely destroyed and doubts they will ever come back. “I really believe she was going to start a new life.”